The Contribution – Live at The Bluebird Theater – Denver CO – Sunday April 28th – 7pm
In April 2010 The Contribution played it’s inaugural concert at The Bluebird Theater in Denver Colorado. The concert featured songs off their then newly released album, “Which Way World”, as well as high-octane covers such as: The Song Remains The Same, Live and Let Die, and Don’t Let Go. This April 28th they return to The Bluebird Theater to perform a fresh batch of original material, songs from “Which Way World” as well as some choice rock classics.
Tickets go on sale Sat Mar 9, 2013 at 10AM MST. $17.50 in Advance, $20.00 Day of Show. Ages: 16+ Doors @ 7PM Show @ 8PM Tix: bluebirdtheater.net or call: 1-888-929-7849
Opening Act: The Drunken Hearts. Forged high in the Rocky Mountains & spawned on the banks of the Colorado River – you’ll find trouble bottling The Hearts’ americana sound.
Tim Carbone – New Jersey’s Tim Carbone is best known as a member of Railroad Earth. For The Contribution, Carbone lends his mood-altering violin work, as evident on the upbeat country-ish song Steady Ride, and his perfect vocal blends on such songs as Samsara.
Jeff Miller – As a member of the San Francisco-based New Monsoon, Miller has issued five studio albums since 2001. Miller’s penchant for alternating between guitar and mandolin, and his smooth vocals, are highlighted throughout “Which Way World” including the album’s first track, Come Around.
Phil Ferlino – Phil Ferlino is also a member of San Francisco’s New Monsoon. Handling all things keyboard-related, Ferlino’s playing in The Contribution reflects whatever the song calls for – as evidenced by such standouts as Time Was Only Yesterday which contains organ playing reminiscent of the Band’s classic material and Wind Me Up which puts Ferlino’s stately piano lines up-front.
Keith Moseley – Moseley’s two-decade music career has been spent largely as bassist with The String Cheese Incident. In addition to his work with SCI and now, The Contribution, Moseley has played and recorded with multi-instrumentalist Keller Williams, including the 2006 live tribute to the Grateful Dead, Rex (Live at the Fillmore).
Matt Butler – is the drummer, founder and conductor of The Everyone Orchestra, a revolving collective of all-star musicians who come together for benefit fundraisers, festivals and short tours. The end result is an interactive, improvisational, musical experience that is difficult to compare or categorize but undeniably fun.?
Sheryl Renee – Sheryl Renee is a 2nd generation pro-entertainer and entrepreneur whose diverse career choices keep her sharp. With her three octave range, extensive repertoire and natural vibe with the audience, she fronts her own band, The Black Swan Singers, and as well as enthusiastically sharing the stage with others.